Boone County nonprofit organizations told us they want more professional development opportunities and more opportunities to gather together, connect, and collaborate with other nonprofits. We took that in and created the Boone County Nonprofit Network. Quarterly programs consist of 3 components:

  • Free lunch (for in person sessions)
  • Intentional networking: Learn what others are doing, obstacles being faced, and future initiatives
  • Professional development: We partnered with local experts to share with attendees best practices

“We are extremely blessed to have such an amazing number of nonprofit organizations who are serving others in our Boone County communities”, said Jodi Gietl, President & CEO for CFBC. “Bringing them together to network, while empowering and educating them will elevate the services offered. The more we all come together and collaborate, the bigger the impact we will make…collectively.”

WHO CAN ATTEND

Boone County-serving 501(c)(3) organizations can send staff, board members, or volunteers. Attendance is limited for in person sessions, so each nonprofit can send up to two representatives. RSVPs are required for in person sessions and will be collected closer to each program. Not subscribed to our nonprofit email list? Scroll below and fill out the bottom box ‘Be Part Of The Story’.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

Attendees will gain a current understanding of what’s going on in the Boone County nonprofit sector. These programs are designed for you to walk away from each session with action items on how you can improve and enhance your nonprofit organization.

We look forward to seeing you there! Please direct all questions to Julie Reagan, Development & Communications Director for CFBC: 765.482.0024 | jreagan@communityfoundationbc.org.


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Grant Writing                                                                                                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

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